Silent Words

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By Debbie Engelmann

I long for a language of love and simple truths; where wrong words don’t exist.

I long to begin a silent conversation with effortless words that find the person they were spoken for; on the tail of swirling breezes from a windless dream.

I long for a time when words can be shared universally without hesitation and fear of judgement; honoring all beliefs.

I long for a time to pause at the edge of a midnight forest; breathing in the soft sweetness of the night.

I long for wildness wherever it lives – to free my longings and dance with abandonment.

 

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5 thoughts on “Silent Words

  1. This is so grand: I can’t fault the words, even if I wanted to (I don’t); but most what captures me and has me nodding even as I write is the philosophy you express. I wish, too … I do. Have done so for too long a time.

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